The Cinema Museum, London

Campaign

Campaign posterThe Cinema Museum is under threat. See below for news and anouncements about the campaign to save it.

Behind the scenes at The Cinema Museum: Time Out article

November 2018 · Campaign, News

The Cinema Museum featured in an article in Time Out by Phil de Semlyen.

Anthology public consultation meetings

October 2018 · Campaign, News

Anthology, our new landlords, are planning two more consultation events at the Museum.

A letter of support from the leader of Lambeth Council

October 2018 · Campaign, News

We have recently received a letter of support from Lib Peck, the leader of Lambeth Council.

Scala Cinema 1978-1993 book launch holds prize raffle in aid of the Cinema Museum

September 2018 · Campaign, News

The Scala supports the Cinema Museum! Last Wednesday 26th September, London’s much-missed Scala Cinema reopened in the same King’s Cross building, for one night only, to launch a major new publication “Scala Cinema 1978-1993” by Jane Giles (FAB Press). Lavishly illustrated with over 1000 pictures, including every Scala monthly programme from 1978-1993, the book presents […]

Save The Cinema Museum Public Meeting

August 2018 · Campaign, Events, News

The Master's House, the building housing the Cinema Museum

There is a public meeting at The Cinema Museum to update everyone on negotiations with our new landlords, Anthology, answer questions and talk about the way forward. This will include an update on our future plans, and a chance to tell us what you think.

A short essay film about London’s Cinema Museum

July 2018 · Campaign, News

Tod Higginson has made a great little film, A Night at the Cinema Museum, about the Cinema Museum and the Kennington Bioscope.

Update to stakeholders 10th July 2018

July 2018 · Campaign, News

The Cinema Museum Board of Trustees have issued an update about their relations with Anthology, the new owners of The Cinema Museum and Woodlands Nursing Home site.

The Cinema Museum wins major Time Out award

May 2018 · Campaign, News

The Museum has won the Most Loved Local Culture Spot award from the London listings magazine Time Out.